12-19-2009 11:43 AM
Having Problem With Alphabet on Keys Rubbing Off. I have had the MX3200 Keyboard for about a year, and already the a,s,d,e,c,v,n, r, e m, keys have all rubbed off, love the keyboard, but this problem must be fixed, especially for those who type everyday. I will not spend $79-$99 every year for a new keyboard when they should design something where the alphabet does not rub off.
Is this covered under a warranty, or is there a way to get new keys to replace these? (without buying a new keyboard)
05-06-2012 03:14 PM
Having same issue MK700/MK710 keyboard. This has happened before. Is there anything that can be done to prevent this??? Clear nail polish?? It should last more than a year!!
05-07-2012 02:05 AM
This has been a perennial issue with Logitech keyboards. (And some fingers!)
I went through keyboards annually until I discovered the clear-varnish trick. It works.
But now I have found a better solution. Buy a K800 illuminated keyboard. The technology is very different. Etched keys with a backlight.
My first keyboard lasted a year, with no signs of key wear. It had to go back for a warranty replacement because the "Enter" key broke.
The K800 is also a nice keyboard.
Just another customer.
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